1. Texas - big time win, national recognition (National TV as well I believe)
2. Nebraska - big time North Win.
F*CK IOWA!!! We know we can beat them any year, lets start to get our name out to the masses!!! Now dont get me wrong I hope we lay it to them again!!! but beating Iowa just doesnt get you very much nowadays.
Obviously Texas would be nice as it would give us a huge boost in the rankings... as well as Oklahoma (plus I'll be at that game!)
For a successful season though... I'd have to agree with Nebraska.
A win's a win of course.
It's the midway point in the season... a win gives us momemntum for the second half the season.
We should be gelled by this point in the season.
We finished with the same record as them last year.
We lost in double overtime to them last year.
They were ranked 25 at the end of last year.
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I would most like to beat Texas A&M, because that would make us conference champions.
We dont play A&M
Anyways, my vote would be MISSOURI, hand down. This weak excuss for a football team has had our number for 3 years in a row..and gave Seneca a very good run for his money...there last 2 wins against us have been absolute heartbreakers. It will be our final home game of the season...this is a game that we have to win. Bring that Telephone Trophey back to Ames where it belongs!
I am also surprised, and pleased that no one has said Iowa. but how sweet would it be to get an OT win against them. We would finally get that hump off our back, against Iowa on the road. It would be early in the season, and would hopefully give us some huge momentum going into Austin.
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